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  1. Solo di Bruna Parmigiano-Reggiano Quick View

    Solo di Bruna Parmigiano-Reggiano

    Made from the milk of only Italian Brown cows, we've never tried parm like this. Buttery and caramelly, like grown-up Cracker Jacks-with that hopelessly addictive crunch as your prize inside. Curl atop your pasta or just lob off a hunk, and foist a glass of Barolo to new levels of delicious. Salute! Read More
  2. New Chevrotin Quick View


    Seal Cove Farm’s rounds of grana-style goat’s milk goodness are bright and briny, just like the creamery’s namesake, even if they’re made (just a bit) inland. They are brined and aged for more than two months for a crumbly texture and a wallop of sweet, just-a-bit floral, yogurty flavor. It’s a perfect texture for crumbling over pasta or roasted veggies, or snacking on beside a crisp cider or a minerally Riesling. Seal Cove Farm began in 1976 in Lamoine, Maine with a pair of impressive dairy goats. “Each spring, we enjoy watching the newborn baby goats frolic with their mothers, knowing that with a happy life on our farm, these goats will create better tasting milk for our cheeses,” they say. Happy goats, happy cheese. Read More
  3. Asiago D'Allevo Quick View

    Asiago D'Allevo

    With flavors reminiscent of the fragrances of yeast and dried fruit, this firm raw cow milk cheese starts out sweet and becomes more savory and piquant as it ages. From Italy's Po River Valley. Read More
  4. Bourbon Bellavitano Quick View

    Bourbon Bellavitano

    This bourbon-bathed beauty is made exclusively for Murray’s by Satori Cheese out of Wisconsin. It tastes like a cross between Cheddar and Parmigiano-Reggiano, with a crumbly exterior and a complex flavor profile revealing creamy, nutty notes. It’s then washed in Kentucky bourbon, infusing a sweet and smoky woodiness on the outside with a strong, milky saltiness on the inside. After the bourbon shower, the cheese is aged for five months until peak flavor is reached. Bright, vibrant and scarce, this labor-of-love is a true specialty. Read More
  5. Sbrinz Quick View


    High atop Alp Chuneren at 4400 feet, Andreas Gut milks his herd of 27 Brown Swiss cows, and makes "Europe's oldest cheese" in the traditional, AOC-protected style. Produced only during the summer months when the milk is bright and fresh with wildflowers and herbs, Sbrinz is aged for three years to develop an extra hard, golden interior that’s best enjoyed broken into chunks onto the cheese board, to show off its crystalline structure and delicate, buttery flavor with notes of toasted caramel. Read More
  6. Murray's Select Parmigiano Reggiano Quick View

    Murray's Select Parmigiano Reggiano

    A distinctive buttery aroma hints at the barrage of nutty sweetness and spice followed by a salt-caramel finish. We’re quite sure that the squat 80 pound kegs of cheese are made from raw, partially skimmed milk in Parma - thanks to strict D.O.P regulations. We choose 24 month wheels; any younger and we miss the intensity, any older and the salt and sandy texture overwhelms. Those white specks there are clusters of amino acids. They reflect proper aging and create a delightful crunchy texture. You can put parm on anything, but a traditional approach might involve ribbons of proscuitto and a swirl of Lambrusco. Read More
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    Bianco Sardo

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  8. Dry Jack Quick View

    Dry Jack

    In 1916, an anonymous monk handed David Jacks the recipe for a distant relative of Cheddar: A sudden success, then overproduction, leading to an abundance of fresh ‘Jack’ and unintentional extended aging. The result was as hard as Italian grating cheese even more popular with the many immigrants of the area. The rinds were colored in lamp black after the Italian fashion of the time (now rubbed with cocoa and oil as a food-safe alternative, not intended to flavor the interior). Made with raw cows' milk using vegetarian rennet, the distinctive looking classic is sweet and fruity with a rich, caramel-like finish. Act like an Italian American and get a good bottle of red. Read More
  9. Cave Aged Grana Padano Quick View

    Grana Padano

    Rough handling makes tasty Italian cheese: from two milkings comes raw cow milk that is partially skimmed, cooked twice, and bathed in brine before aging for at least a year. All that attention makes a fragrant, sweet, and nutty cheese with a very firm texture. It's not Parmigiano - similar, but not exactly the same - but like its cousin, you can use it for grating, cooking, and as a fine table cheese. Read More

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